The National Signing Day football spotlight fixated on Wildcats Jordan Strachan, Casey McCormick and Bryant Walker, who all finalized their college choices Wednesday, Feb.
A familiar group of foes awaits the Camden County High boys soccer Wildcats as they take the leap to Region 1-7A.
The Tift, Colquitt and Lowndes wrestlers avoided Camden County at the Region 1-7A duals in January. They had no such fortune at the region traditional last Saturday in Kingsland.
Bolstered by depth and youth, the Camden County High tennis program will get reacquainted with Lowndes, Tift and Colquitt as they all share the Region 1-7A courts this season.
The good news last week for the Lady Wildcats was their 13th victory, but the bad news included a home loss to Colquitt that dropped them to 0-3 in Region 1-7A.
Having played prep football in a system which had one high school, Bob Sphire is keenly aware how a unified community can boost a team.
The classification may have changed for the Camden County High wrestlers this season, but their view from the top of the state duals didn’t.
The Wildcats have a new head football coach, as veteran leader Bob Sphire was approved by the Camden County school board Tuesday night.
The Camden County High wrestlers routinely carry their area’s top duals seed to state, and this week will be no exception. In an unusual set of circumstances, CCHS iced No.
After bowing to Sandalwood in a mid-November tournament, Camden County High girls hoops coach Keith Ellis was already looking forward to the rematch about two months later in Kingsland.